Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - SUPAERO (ISAE-SUPAERO) (Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - ISAE-SUPAERO) is one of 54 universities included in U-Multirank for France. Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - SUPAERO (ISAE-SUPAERO) is a small public university located in Toulouse with 1353 students enrolled (2017 data or latest available). It was founded in 2007. With regard to the scope of its subjects and degree programmes offered, the Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - SUPAERO (ISAE-SUPAERO) is a specialised institution. It offers programmes in foreign languages. It is characterised by a high percentage of international students. The graduation rate of Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - SUPAERO (ISAE-SUPAERO) is 96,89 (masters). As made clear by its sunburst chart – a snapshot illustration of the university’s performance profile across the five U-Multirank dimensions – the Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - SUPAERO (ISAE-SUPAERO) is strongest in Knowledge Transfer. Its overall profile shows top performance across various indicators, with 11 ‘A’ (very good) scores overall. For a comprehensive overview of this university’s performance, see its complete performance scores in the tables below.
Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - SUPAERO (ISAE-SUPAERO)
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Bachelor graduation rate
The percentage of new entrants that successfully completed their bachelor programme.
Masters graduation rate
The percentage of new entrants that successfully completed their master programme.
Score: 96.89 %
data on 2016, 2017 and 2018 graduates
Graduating on time (bachelors)
The percentage of graduates that graduated within the time expected (normative time) of their bachelor programme.
Graduating on time (masters)
The percentage of graduates that graduated within the time expected (normative time) of their masters programme.
Score: 98.49 %
data on 2016, 2017 and 2018 graduates
Relative BA graduate unemployment
The percentage of bachelor graduate unemployment 18 months after graduation.
Relative MA graduate unemployment
The percentage of master graduate unemployment 18 months after graduation.
Score: 0 %
The data refer to the year 2016.The reference period used is 6 months after graduation.
Relative graduate unemployment long first degree
The percentage of long first degree programme graduate unemployment 18 months after graduation.
Graduating on time (long first degree)
The percentage of graduates who graduated within the time expected (normative time) of their long first degree programme.
Graduation rate long first degree
The percentage of new entrants that successfully completed their long first degree programme.
The average number of times the university's research publications are cited in other research; adjusted (normalised) at the global level to take into account differences in publication years and to allow for differences in citation customs across academi
Research publications (absolute numbers)
The absolute number of research publications of a university as indexed in the Web of Science Core Collections database. At least one of the authors must be affiliated to the source university.
Research publications (size-normalised)
The number of research publications (indexed in the Web of Science database), where at least one author is affiliated to the university expressed in relation to the number of students.
External research income
Revenue for research that is not part of a core (or base) grant received from the government. Includes research grants from national and international funding agencies, research councils, research foundations, charities and other non-profit organisations.
Art related output
The number of scholarly outputs in the creative and performing arts, relative to the full-time equivalent (fte) number of academic staff.
Top cited publications
The proportion of the university's research publications that, compared to other publications in the same field and in the same year, belong to the top 10% most frequently cited worldwide.
Score: 5.8 %
Extent to which reference lists of university publications reflect cited publications in journals from different scientific disciplines.
The number of post-doc positions relative to the number of academic staff (headcount).
Score: 27.97 %
Strategic research partnerships
The number of strategic partnerships per fte academic staff.
The number of professional publications per fte academic staff. Professional publications are all publications published in journals, books, and other media that are addressed to a professional audience and that can be traced bibliographically.
Open Access Publications
Share of open access publications out of all publications of an institution.
Co-publications with industrial partners
The percentage of the university's research publications which list an author affiliated to an address of a for-profit business enterprise or private sector R&D unit (excludes for-profit hospitals and education organisations).
Score: 16.5 %
Income from private sources
Research revenues and knowledge transfer revenues from private sources (incl. not-for-profit organisations), excluding tuition fees. Measured in €1,000s using Purchasing Power Parities. Expressed per fte academic staff.
Patents awarded (absolute numbers)
The number of patents assigned to (inventors working at) the university in the respective reference period.
Patents awarded (size-normalised)
The number of patents assigned to (inventors working at) the university over the respective reference period, expressed per 1,000 students to take into cosideration the size of the institution.
The percentage of the number of patents assigned to (inventors working at) the university during the respective reference period, which were applied for in co-operation with at least one applicant from the industry.
The number of spin-offs (i.e. firms established on the basis of a formal knowledge transfer arrangement between the university and the firm) recently created by the university (per 1000 fte academic staff).
Publications cited in patents
The percentage of the university's research publications that were mentioned in the reference list of at least one international patent (as included in the PATSTAT database).
Score: 1 %
Income from continuous professional development
The percentage of the university's total revenues that is generated from activities delivering Continuous Professional Development courses and training.
Score: 1.33 %
The number of companies newly founded by graduates per 1000 graduates
Foreign language bachelor programmes
The percentage of bachelor programmes that are offered in a foreign language.
No Bachelor programmes offered.
Foreign language master programmes
The percentage of masters programmes that are offered in a foreign language.
Score: 50 %
Foreign language long first degree programmes
The percentage of long first degree programmes that are offered in a foreign language.
No long first degrees offered.
A composite of international incoming exchange students, outgoing exchange students and students in international joint degree programmes.
International academic staff
The percentage of academic staff (on a headcount basis) with foreign citizenship.
Score: 7.31 %
International joint publications
The percentage of the university's research publications that list at least one affiliate author's address located in another country.
Score: 40.2 %
International doctorate degrees
The percentage of doctorate degrees that are awarded to international doctorate candidates.
Score: 31.2 %
Bachelor graduates working in the region
The percentage of bachelor graduates who found their first job (after graduation) in the region where the university is located.
Master graduates working in the region
The percentage of masters graduates who found their first job (after graduation) in the region where the university is located.
Based on indicated range. Data refer to graduate cohort 2016
Student internships in the region
The percentage of all the university's students doing an internship whose internship was with a company or organisation located in the same region as the university.
Score: 36.11 %
Regional joint publications
The percentage of the university's research publications that list at least one co-author with an affiliate address located in the same spatial region (within a distance of 50 km).
Score: 40 %
Income from regional sources
The proportion of external research revenues - apart from government or local authority core/recurrent grants – that comes from regional sources (i.e. industry, private organisations, charities).
Score: 13.33 %
Regional Publications with Industrial Partners
The proportion of publications with industrial partners that was published with co-authors from the same region (within a distance of 50 km from the university).